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Super League Greece live stream: How to watch 2023/24 season online

By Ben Green

Super League Greece live stream: How to watch 2023/24 season online

Published: 15:15, 21 September 2023

The 2023/24 Super League Greece season is underway, with 14 teams vying for the title.

 

How to live stream Super League Greece fixtures online:

Bet365 are live streaming a selection of Super League Greece fixtures. Here’s how you can access games being live streamed on the bet365 platform:

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Over the years, the Super League Greece has been won by just six clubs, but largely dominated by one. Olympiacos are the clear controllers of football in Greece with 47 league titles to their name, 27 more than closest rivals Panathinaikos. Nineteen of those 47 titles have come since 2000, and Olympiacos won three in a row between 2020 and 2022.

But their quest for four-in-a-row was ended by AEK Athens, with just their second title this century and 13th overall. Aris, PAOK and AEL are the only other Greek champions, with three titles each. After finishing the regular season in second, AEK Athens turned this up in the play-offs to finish five points clear of second-placed Panathinaikos

We’re just four games into the new season but Olympiacos are already laying down the gauntlet, with three wins, scoring 11 goals and keeping three clean sheets.

Super League Greece fixtures | Latest

Saturday 23 September

  • OFI vs Atromitos (3:30pm UK time)
  • Panserraikos vs Lamia (6pm UK time)

Sunday 24 September

  • Olympiakos vs Kifisia (3pm UK time)
  • Aris vs Panaitolikos (3:30pm UK time)
  • Volos NFC vs Asteras Tripolis (6pm UK time)
  • PAS Giannina vs PAOK (6:30pm UK time)

Monday 25 September

  • Panathinaikos vs AEK Athens (7pm UK time)

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Who would you recognise from the Super League Greece?

It’s no Turkish Super Lig or Saudi Premier League when it comes to hosting the big names, but there are still a fair few recognisable faces in Super League Greece this season.

Daniel Podence (Olympiacos)

Daniel Podence has spent the past three-and-a-half years with Wolves in the Premier League, scoring 12 goals and recording five assists in 91 appearances. The Portuguese forward signed from Olympiacos and he is back there now, on loan for the 2023/24 campaign. In his previous spell in Greece, Podence played 68 times for Olympiacos, scoring 13 goals but that came during their barren period in the league. Can he get a maiden Super League Greece title?

Aboubakar Kamara (Olympiacos)

AK47 in the Super League Greece. A name mainly will remember from his time at Fulham, Aboubakar Kamara made to move to the Greek league in 2021, first joining Aris Saloniki. After one year, Kamara joined Olympiacos but made six appearances before returning to Aris on loan. Kamara is now back at Olympiacos, but is yet to feature this season.

Stevan Jovetic (Olympiacos)

A new arrival at Olympaicos, Stevan Jovetic has played in all of Europe’s top five leagues, winning the Premier League and EFL Cup with Manchester City. It’s now been six years since Jovetic left Man City permanently, joining Inter Milan — with whom he had spent 18 months on loan. Almost immediately, Jovetic was loaned to Sevilla and then sold to Monaco, spending four years in France. The past two years, Jovetic has been playing in Germany with Hertha Berlin, but left the capital club in the summer following their relegation.

Nordin Amrabat (AEK Athens)

The 36-year-old will be remembered from his time in England with Watford between 2016 and 2018, but the veteran Moroccan has turned out for some huge clubs in Europe beyond the Premier League landscape. Those include Malaga, Galatasaray and PSV, while his younger brother, Sofyan, starred in the 2022 World Cup as Morocco finished fourth and recently joined Manchester United.

Domagoj Vida (AEK Athens)

Another World Cup cult hero. Croatia’s pony-tailed bulwark was nigh-on impenetrable as Zlatko Dalic’s men reached the 2018 World Cup final, forming a formidable centre-back partnership with Dejan Lovren. The 100-capped international was playing for Besiktas at the time, and he only left last summer to join AEK Athens, where he has once again been a beacon of tenacity and grit — helping them win the league title last season.


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Steven Zuber (AEK Athens)

A Swiss half-centurion, Steven Zuber is a versatile and experienced midfielder who garnered a big reputation in the Bundesliga playing for the likes of Hoffenheim, Stuttgart and Eintracht Frankfurt. The 32-year-old famously scored in a 1-1 draw against Brazil at the 2018 World Cup for Switzerland, and now is competing to help AEK Athens retain their Super League Greece title.

Djibril Sidibe (AEK Athens)

An important cog in the machine of Monaco’s title-winning team in 2016/17, the buccaneering right-back played more games (in all competitions) than the likes of Kylian Mbappe and Radamel Falcao in that historic campaign. The 18-capped France international played on the French Riviera for six more years after that stellar maiden campaign — spending 2019/20 on loan at Everton in the process — before joining AEK Athens last summer.

Taison (PAOK)

And another who could really have shone at one of Europe’s biggest clubs, Taison stayed loyal to Shakhtar Donetsk for eight years between 2013 and 2021 — before ultimately returning to boyhood club Internacional two years ago. The eight-cap Brazil international won the Ukrainian Premier League six times, and was ever-present as Shakhtar established themselves as one of the most entertaining and ruthless sides in Europe during the 2010s. When he returned to Brazil in 2021, everyone thought that was it for Taison in Europe, but earlier this year the now 35-year-old completed a move to PAOK in Greece.


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Baba Rahman (PAOK)

For a brief period this summer, Baba Rahman was the longest-serving player at Chelsea, having joined the club in 2015. Falling the wrong side of the Blues’ Loan Army, Rahman went on seven different loan spells with five clubs. One of the clubs, towards the end of the 2020/21 season, was PAOK and Rahman has returned to Greek this summer. Rahman joined PAOK on a free transfer after his Chelsea contract was terminated, allowing for the move to go through.

William Troost-Ekong (PAOK)

Another former Premier League man moving to PAOK this summer is William Troost-Ekong. The Nigerian centre-back will be most remembered for his three-year stay with Watford, joining them in 2020 from Udinese. After spending the second half of last season on loan at Salernitana, Troost-Ekong left Watford, sold to PAOK and he’s slotted in at the heart of their defence.

Bernard (Panathinaikos)

Another who was considered a generational superstar during his early career in Brazil, the Atletico Mineiro graduate was a ‘wonderkid’ in every respect. He followed the well-trodden path from South America to Shakhtar Donetsk in 2013, and many thought it was a stepping stone for the diminutive wonder. He racked up 14 caps for Brazil and was a regular for his nation during the 2014 World Cup, before joining Everton in 2018. Goodison Park held its breath as one of the Selecao‘s finest dribblers opted for Merseyside — but the tricky winger was inconsistent to say the least. Showing flashes of flare and promise one week, only to go quiet the next, Bernard just couldn’t find the level of form to make him an elite Premier League player. He ultimately left to little complaint in 2021, signing for UAE side Sharjah, and has since joined Panathinaikos.

Martin Montoya (Aris)

A number of players have moved to the Super League Greece this summer, one of which is Martin Montoya. The Spanish defender came through Barcelona’s La Masia academy and has also represented Inter Milan and Valencia. Montoya spent two years in the Premier League with Brighton, playing 56 times for the Seagulls, before moving to Real Betis on a permanent deal. But after three years there, Montoya has pushed the boat out a little, moving to Aris Saloniki.


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Nouha Dicko (OFI Crete)

A familiar face in the Championship and League One, Nouha Dicko represented five different English clubs, with spells at Wolves, Hull, Blackpool, Wigan and Rotherham. He had the most luck at Wolves, playing over 100 times for the club as they started their climb back up the Football League. Hull were his last English club and, after a loan at Vitesse, Dicko spent two years in Turkey with Gaziantep and Malatyaspor. Last summer, the striker made the short trip to Greece, joining OFI Crete.

Kyriakos Papadopoulos (Lamia)

Kyriakos Papadopoulos is remembered outside of Greece mostly for his time in Germany, spending seven years in the country. His spell started with four years at Schalke, before also representing Bayer Leverkusen, RB Leipzig and Hamburg. During his time in Germany, Kyriakos made 136 appearances in the Bundesliga and won the DFB-Pokal and German Super Cup with Schalke. Kyriakos has been moving around since leaving Hamburg in 2020, playing for NK Lokomotiva in Croatia, Saudi side Al-Fayha, Atromitos and FC U Craiova before returning to his native country with PAS Lamia.

Zoran Tosic (Lamia)

Signed by Manchester United in 2009 and given two Premier League appearances by Sir Alex Ferguson, there was a time when Serbia’s wing wizard was destined for the highest of highs. He even made his debut against Tottenham in the FA Cup as a substitute for Cristiano Ronaldo. Unfortunately for Tosic, though, the baton wasn’t passed over, and he ultimately spent the majority of his career at CSKA and Partizan. He joined Lamia in January after a stint in Kazakhstan.

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